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Shukla and Krishna Paksha

Shukla and Krishna Paksha of human age cycles

This topic is in continuity with the previous one of “Breakup of ages at Zenith and Nadir” …

In this topic I have made changes with Shukla and Krishna Paksha and Uttarayan and Dakshinayan (discussed in later topic) … So readers should correct it themselves (if they know this concept) … But yet the final result which itself is of various calculations (as done in some later topics) would not change …

In this figure also I have not used the offset of 9 degrees arc as it is not required for the current discussion … This discussion is only to set the base for some later ones which would be accounting for this offset of 9 degrees arc … These offsets shall be discussed in a later set of topics of “Offsets of Kaalchakra” …

 

38-AA … Two phases of Precessional cycles or human age cycles …

There are two distinct phases (Paksha) of human age cycles (Manav Yuga Chakra) and these are as stated below …

  • Shukla Paksha … Lightness phase …
  • Krishna Paksha … Non lightness phase …

Non lightness can loosely be termed as darkness, but it really is not so as some light of ancient knowledge always remains within this phase …

Thus darkness is only when ignorance to innermost knowledge is all that remains … Due to this reason, even if one aspirant who has self realized (and also realized all that is to be realized) still remains in a world, then this non lightness phase (Krishna Paksha) on that world cannot even be termed as darkness phase …

And in reality, darkness phase of precesion (or human age cycles) has never ever arrived during the entire history of the Maker’s Makings as there has never been a time when all holders of true knowledge went missing from both the gross and subtle universe …

And the term lightness also means the knowledge of the self luminous being … But since the self luminous is the eternal Brahman and since eternal is also omnipresent, so in the real sense it is also due to this reason that there has never been and there also cannot ever be a case where this non lightness can be termed as darkness …

 

38-BB … Lightness and non-lightness phases of Human age cycles …

Knowledge of human ages (Manav Yuga chakra) that were stated in those texts which humanity has already lost, were related to the precession cycle …

In one complete precession cycle there are two complete human age cycles and each of these human age cycles have 4 human ages …

These two human age cycles are like mirror images of each other …

 

As discussed above, each circle in the sky has two distinct parts … The lightness half (Shukla Paksha) and non lightness half (Krishna Paksha) …

And even when I have written the term circle, yet it is only symbolic because any circle which gets made upon the celestial sphere is not exactly circular … The shape is dependent upon a variety of factors like positioning of the world from the real-center of a galaxy, the positioning of the plane of existence (i.e. galaxy in our case) from the central core of the universe, motions of the planes or world, forces that are acting upon moving celestial bodies at any particular time etc …

The same is applicable to the precession circle that gets made upon the celestial plane and this circle also has these two distinct parts i.e. of lightness and non-lightness … This is as shown in above figure …

That half of precession circle which starts from the commencement point of human ages (i.e. commencement point of the descending golden age), is on the side of the lightness half (Shukla Paksha) … This is shown in a yellow color in above figure … This lightness part (or Shukla Paksha) is towards the start-end point of the Manav-Satyuga cycle (human golden age cycle or human age of truth) as is shown in above figure …

Phase of Lightness is the stage of human ages when knowledge of divine principles manifests in a world …

 

Continues …

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